Castles

CASTLE OF BAROLO AND ITS WINE MUSEUM

In a small town of the Langhe, the Barolo Castle has a centuries-long history and an international museum dedicated to the world of wine.
There is perhaps no better place to have the WiMu - Wine Museum - than in the land where Barolo is made, to tell the story and history of such a complex product that comes from many civilizations and whose history goes back millenia.

CASTLE OF SERRALUNGA D'ALBA

Slender and majestic, the Castle of Serralunga d'Alba overshadows one of the most beautiful and historically intact villages of the Langhe, surrounded by the hills of Barolo vineyards. Considered to be one of the best-conserved examples of 14th century noble castles in Piedmont, this castle represents a unique piece of history in Italy with an architecutral structure of a French donjon. .

CASTLE OF RODDI

The castle rises from the top of the hill, surrounded by the small village of Roddi. In the 1500s, the castle was arleady the property of Gaio Francesco della Mirandola, the nephew of the great philosopher and humanist Pico.
Tall and imposing, the Castle of Roddi is a significant example of Medieval architecture in fortresses..

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Barolo & Castles Foundation
Piazza Falletti - 12060 Barolo (CN)
Tel. +39 0173 38 66 97
Cell. +39 331 7342499
Fax +39 0173 38 07 14
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